|Khand -- a novelette in Konkani (by Willy Goes, from Goa) - Recorded by Willy Goes|
An audio-book read by the author, artist-musician-writer Willy Goes. This novelette is a story set amidst the contemporary Goan clash of changing values, visions and views. The traditional and the "modern". Located in a Catholic setting in village Goa, it focuses on issues of faith and a lack of it. The book is narrated by the author himself, in a simple but expressive language. This labour of love for the author can also be useful as a language-practice and language (intermediate-level) learnin...
Keywords: konkani; novel; willy goes; khand; fiction; goa; western india; modern indian writing
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|Philo de Pilerne... a Konkani Tiatr Stage Artiste from Goa, India - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
Tiatr Academy Goa featured Philo de Pilerne in their monthly programme âKolakorak Bhettâ (Meet the Artiste) on 21st February 2012 at 4:45 pm at TAG's Conference Hall, Campal Trade Centre, Panjim. Philomena DâSouza who was known to tiatr lovers as Philo de Pilerne has carved a special niche for herself on the field of tiatr due to her acting abilities. A born artiste, she showed signs of acting and dancing while in the school...
Keywords: tiatr; konkani; stage; goa; india; western india; regional theatre; philo de pilerne; interviews; oral history
|Mando Live! - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
Mando, a traditional song from Goa, the former Portuguese colony on the west coast of India.
Keywords: mando; goa; india; former portuguese colony; traditional song; western india; song-dance; east-west fusion music; 19th century
|National Seminar on Scripts, With Special Reference to Konkani (India) - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
A seminar was held on March 10-11, 2012, at Mangalore on scripts and languages of modern India, with special reference to Konkani. It was organised by the Jagotik Konknni Songhotton, and organised at the Kalaangan, Mangalore. Excerpts from the event. Among the recordings are speeches of chairperson Prof Valerian Rodrigues; Paper I by Dr Anvita Abbi (Script and Language: Relationship and Contentions); Tulsi (a play based on the story by Jnanpeeth award winner late Ravindra Kelekar, presented by t...
Keywords: scripts; india; languages; konkani; national seminar; mangalore; karnataka; coastal western india; march 2012; jagotik konknni songhotton; kalaangan; eric ozario; tomazinho cardozo